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alrededor. yo la comparo con... una película de john wayne donde los vagones estaban en una posición y los indios los rodeaban por afuera. eso es lo que los tiburones me recuerdan. a veces mi amigo dallas mccoy solía decirme que vio a algunos de nuestros compañeros alejarse del grupo. se hundían repentinamente y nunca más volvió a verlos. (ian narrando) después de cinco días a merced del sol y los tiburones ed, fue uno de los 360 sobrevivientes. no vi que atacaran a ninguno de los que estaban a mi lado. ellos nadaban alejándose del grupo y nunca más volvimos a verlos o algunos se quitaban los chalecos salvavidas, decían que nadarían hasta la orilla y tampoco regresaban. vi varias aletas nadando alrededor del grupo. vi a un tiburón que nadó justo debajo de mí, creo que pasó entre mis piernas y aún recuerdo la cabeza plana, los ojos en ambos lados y la barriga blanca. fue increíble verlo nadar tan cerca y se lo comenté a mi amigo, danny... y le dije "creo que una avioneta "acaba de pasar entre mis piernas". era así de grande. no puedo decir qué tan largo era, debió medir
siamangs, están protegidos por la ley, él entiende eso, pero dice que si mañana llegara la policía, yo buscaré protección y todo estará bien. el típico militar. (narrador) es una situación increíblemente frustrante, pero no es poco común. las leyes que protegen a este bebé, han fallado y su única esperanza es que sus dueños, puedan cambiar de opinión. después de 10 años en este negocio, chanee sabe que no debe permitir que estos tropiezos, lo afecten. ese mismo día, un poco más tarde, ya estaba listo para otra misión de rescate. en el aeropuerto de padang hay una entrega muy especial para kalaweit; un gibón y tres siamangs, llegarán en un vuelo desde java. habiendo sido víctimas del comercio ilegal de mascotas, ahora serán entregados al cuidado de kalaweit. con cuidado. (narrador) los animales han llegado en dos aviones distintos y han estado viajando desde media noche. los tres siamangs y el gibón, al menos están vivos y bien, muy estresados pero creo que están bien. ♪ (narrador) después de un par de horas en el camino, chanee llega a la playa al otro lado de
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start. if you still need to reform the tax code, yo still needo do something to make social security sustainably solvent. >> ifill: but there were several sticking points to your approach. one of them was raising the retirement age to 69. if that was back on the table could you imagine that breaking through the current political environment. >> i think basically now, gwen, there are three sticking points. one is the amount of revenue and the sources of revenue. the second is the amount of spending cuts and how much of that will come from the entitlement programs particularly health. the last sticking point is what do we do aut this debt lit that we've come up against all the time that puts our credit in danger. >> ifill: the president has said the debt limit should be, at least in his opening statement, that the debt limit debate should be set aside and that nothing can be done unless the taxes are cut... are raised for the wealthy. is that part of a solution that you can see working for what it is everybody is trying to get to here? >> look, gwen, i'm not a bit worried that it appea
in a position where you could make something happen, what would be -- and i want to ask all of yo this question -- wha are the first ings tat need to happen at&t this point when the country is focused on what happened last week in connecticut? >> i think there are two very important areas of change. one is policy. i think we need to have the conversation about these military-style weapons and very importantly about background checks. but i also think the other part ties with your other guest's comments about the memental health system and actually awareness in education. yeah, you know, president obama very compelling said la night, "we're never going to prevent everne of these tragedies from happening, but that's not an excuse for inaction." background checks wouldn't have prevented last night. you know what might have? education about the danger of bringing guns into the home where you have a child that is a danger to either themselves or others. i'd love to see the clinical community get involved >> woodruff: i'm going to interrupt you because i need to give everybody a chance to say somethi
. >> suarez: laura juddkiss of the "washington post" thanks for joining us. >> thank you. ifill: yo >> ifill: you can look more closely at that great photo on our web site, where there's also a link to "pbs parents," where you can find more of mister rogers' videos. >> woodruff: amazing photo. again, the major developments of the day. there were offers and counter- offers on the table, but no deal in the talks to resolve the nation's fiscal crisis. newtown, connecticut, held more funerals for victims of friday's school shootings. and amid talk of new gun legislation, the national rifle association said it would offer "meaningful contributions" to prevent new massacres. online, we ask, what are the three best ways to land a job? kwame holman has the details. >> holman: getting a foot in the door of your dream job is a job in itself. our resident headhunter can guide you through the process. find his advice and ask him your questions on the business desk. all that and more is on our web site, newshour.pbs.org. >> woodruff: and that's the newshour for tonight. i'm judy woodruff. >> ifill: and i
that done for the people. >> ifill: guess what i'm asking finally is why-- h do yo know thre won't be backlash to this sort of new control? >> there is also alzheimer's going to be some that don't favor a reform, don't favor any kind of step forward in public safety, and they maybe make, in my opinion, specious arguments against that. i think the overwhelming majority of american citizen, after what we saw last friday, and i think all of us saw in america the good people coming together to say, "enough is enough. it's time that we take action, that we be heard, not just an interest group, but ratherthe common good represented by the greatajory ofamericans. we've done this before in our country's history. we've changed laws that were needed to be changed, and it's high time to do it now. >> ifill: governor pat quinn of illinois, thanks for joining us. >> thank you. >> woodruff: now, ray suarez takes a closer look at the potential powers and limitations on what the president and individual states can do. >> suarez: and for that, we get two views from people who have written extensi
in a responsible way. dthat's their job, to protect r diplomats. you assume they're doing it.yo if they'ret. not, they should resign. if that is the case i'm glad these people resigned. but we in congress have our responsibilities, too pup know, in this budget crunch it very easy for us to cut back on foreign aid or diplomat security or trying to do thing on thehe cheap. we have men and women all over the world, in harm's way, doing the best jobs possible, maybe on a shoe string. and i thinkcongress needs to take a little more responsibility and really put its money where its mouth is. i was very pleased with secretary clinton's statements because she accepted all the findings, every one of them and said things have to change. >> and agree wth her. >> brown: ed royce, are you satisfiedee no other official should face further sanction or punishment? >> i don't think we know the answer to that yet. of course, secretary clinton will be some o testifying next n january on this issue but one of the interesting aspects of this that has not been answered, is the narrative, the explanation given to the
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